Tritech Tactical AR Pistol Grip Mag Holder | SHOT 2017

At last years SHOT Show it seemed like everyone was making pistol caliber ARs that used Glock mags. At SHOT Show this year I stumbled upon a company that’s making a new product to cater to all those pistol caliber AR owners. Tritech Tactical debuted their new AR pistol grip that’s also a mag holder they call the Mag-N-Grip.

Tritech Tactical claims theirs is the first such product on the market. They have two different models, the TPG-ARGL910 and the TPG-ARGL915. The TPG-ARGL910 version is around the same size as a standard AR pistol grip, it’s just a bit fatter. It can be used with sub-compact, compact and full-size Glock mags in 9mm, 40SW, 357SIG and 45GAP. The TPG-ARGL915 is a bit longer and can be used with full size Glock mags also in 9mm, 40SW, 357SIG and 45GAP.

They’re made out of polymer and install just like a regular AR-15 pistol grip. The mag release sits flush with the rest of the pistol grip so accidentally dropping the spare mag shouldn’t happen. It’s currently only available in black but models in Flat Dark Earth and Olive Drab are on the way, they’re also working on a version that functions with S&W M&P magazines too. Both models are available now and retail for $39.95 over at tritechtactical.com.

The flush mag release

 





Ray I.

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  • Porty1119

    .45 GAP…? No .45 ACP?

    • Anonymoose

      .45GAP fits in a standard-sized Glock frame and the majority of these Glock-compatible AR lowers. Quarter Circle 10 makes a 10mm/.45ACP Glock-compatible AR lower though.

  • gunsandrockets

    One of those, “d’oh! why didn’t I think of that?” moments. Well, good for them for marketing it first.